Music rolls off his shoulders of granite emotions, and with one fell swoop, your intentions of wants and wonton effervescence, linger and linger, into a tirade of of significant, insignificance.
You open your palms, as the slice of warmth flow relentlessly but quietly through your curtained room. A moment of time and space, paused for your embrace – an awareness – succumbed soon by the wake of reality and harshness.
You close your palms, as the slice of sunlight, withdraws its offer, through those curtains – gray and dusty – of which you’d promised to sweep away from your psyche.
Felid’s own warmth and conjuring distinctions in single ‘Just This Once’ is a cavalcade of those exact wonders and unbridled ‘normalcy’.
His debut EP ‘Knowing You, Part One’ continues the journey for the South African-born, Bristol UK-based singer, songwriter and producer.
An anthemic project, quite deliberately and lovingly, nestle into your listening pleasures.
Vulnerability in sequence of blossoming truths, indeed.